elegancy

[ el-i-guh n-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF elegancy
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Whence it comes to pass that all her gifts, elegancy, and graces corrupt and perish.

I took fust-class when at school in the States for elegancy and deportment.

And they that think it culpably defective in phrase, aptness, or elegancy of style.

The maple, (says Pliny) for the elegancy and fineness of the wood, is next to the very cedar it self.

However, he is a fanciful man, and thinks there is no 220 elegancy nor wit but in his own way of talking.

As to the correctness and elegancy of your writing, attention to grammar does the one, and to the best authors, the other.

But yet, since princes will have such things, it is better they should be graced with elegancy, than daubed with cost.

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